WHO warns nations against the reinfection of coronavirus

WHO warns the nations against the pandemic and says that as the overall death toll crosses 2,00,000 the risk of infection has gained more power. Amidst this, they also added that those patients who recently recovered from the COVID-19 can get re-infected by the virus as they aren’t immunized properly after recovery.


They also talked about how the economy is becoming a major concern since the world is sinking into a pit hole of economic devastation during the lockdown.

WHO stands against ‘immunity passports’ for COVID-19 patients

Although the United Nations is developing a strong vaccine to fight coronavirus along with several other countries, the implementation of the vaccine seems miles away. Thus, in many countries, the government is planning to ease the lockdown restrictions to cope with economic failure and save the world from losing their economic success.


WHO also reported that COVID-19 patients should not be given immunity passports as they are still under the risk of being re-infected from the virus.

People who assume that they are immune to a second infection because they have received a positive test result may ignore public health advice,” WHO stated.

At this point in the pandemic, there is not enough evidence about the effectiveness of antibody-mediated immunity to guarantee the accuracy of an ‘immunity passport’ or ‘risk-free certificate’,” they added.


WHO is also very strict about informing us to follow the lockdown rules to stay safe as far as possible to avoid the virus. It suggests taking stringent precautions and keep us a strict eye on our breathing patterns. Most of the patients have complained about major breathing problems, thus if you face difficulty while breathing, it’s best to seek expert advice.

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